13 shows that have gotten me through covid!

Hello!! I haven’t posted in a week, because I kept wanting to do something fun for this post, because it’s my 300th post!! I can’t believe that I have been blogging long enough to have written 300 entire posts, and I am so excited about it. I don’t have anything really special to do for it, but I thought I’d make a list of thirteen shows that I’ve loved watching throughout the pandemic, and share that with you all!!

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What I loved in the Shadow and Bone Netflix adaptation

I got my first covid vaccine on Saturday, and I was so tired for the rest of the day and most of Sunday that I really didn’t have then energy to post. I’m really grateful I was able to get my shot though, and it was so exciting to see that the Pfizer vaccine was approved for ages 12-15. The symptoms I had were a headache, being very tired, and my arm was pretty sore, but after a little over a day I felt pretty much better.

Anyways, if you haven’t already, and you’re able to where you live, you should go get your covid vaccine.

So, onto the post! On April 23rd, the Netflix show Shadow and Bone was released, which is the adaptation of Leigh Bardugo’s YA fantasy Shadow and Bone. The show is an adaptation of the first book in the Shadow and Bone trilogy, and also takes characters from the duology set in the same world, Six of Crows.

This is the first of a few posts I have planned about the Shadow and Bone, and I’m really excited to share this one!! I thought I’d start by writing about some of the things that I loved in the adaptation, so that’s what the post is about.

I also made this post as spoiler free as possible. I have mentioned characters that appear in the show from the books, as well as a few minor details mentioned in the trailer, but other than that, there is nothing.

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12 books I want to read in 2021

I’ve wanted to make some more reading plans for 2021 than I did for 2020, and I’m starting by making a list of some books that I want to read throughout the year. These aren’t going to be any books releasing in 2021, but books that I just really want to read that have been published any time before 2021.

Some of these are 2020 releases I still want to read, and others are more popular books that I’ve wanted to read for a long time. I’ve tried to put together a list that has a lot of different genres, and although it does have a lot of fantasy, it does have a little bit of everything.

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